General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2014

1. Which among the following movies has bagged the best picture award at the 86th Oscar Awards 2014?

2. The objective of the in 2014 launched 'Reefer Vehicle Call-in-Centre Scheme' is to ________?

3. Mumbai's Esplanade House, which in 2014 bagged the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards, once served as residence of ________?

4. The famous archaeological monument 'Rani ki Vav' is located in ________?

5. Which among the following national parks is home to the endangered saltwater crocodile?

6. Who among the following has been named best woman Footballer of the year at the Indian Sports awards?

7. In 2014, the RBI has deferred the implementation of Basel-III capital regulations by Indian Banks. What is the new deadline for meeting the Basel-III norms?

8. Which among the following has become the first public University to accept the fee in Bitcoin currency?

9. Which of the following World Heritage Sites and their location is not correct?

10. LASIK surgery is gaining widespread popularity and acceptance by people who are not friendly with the eye-glasses. What is the full form of LASIK?

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